What It's Like to Work Here
High Point Regional Health traces its roots all the way back to 1904 with the opening of a hospital in High Point to treat typhoid fever. In the century since our opening we have continued to dedicate ourselves to the health care of our community. This has been a successful formula and we attribute that success to our people.
We offer an environment that's as nurturing as it is dynamic. When asked to describe High Point Regional, employees describe a friendly, professional and caring atmosphere. With our team-oriented approach and the ample opportunities we provide for learning and career growth, we know you'll find that High Point Regional offers the ideal atmosphere where you can use your best skills.
One way we show commitment to our employees is by making sure we listen to employee concerns. Employee input is a most valuable resource and we use it constantly.
We also believe that the learning process is vital for our employees' professional and personal growth. We encourage employees to exercise their ambitions and constantly improve their skills.
At High Point Regional our commitment to the highest quality healthcare for our patients is matched only by our commitment to providing our employees with an outstanding work environment.
All High Point Regional Health campuses are tobacco free. Use of any type of tobacco product by patients, visitors and employees is prohibited both inside and outside of the hospital facilities.
Ever Seen a Purple Cow?
Through Target Excellence, the customer service program at High Point Regional, the highest employee recognition is a "Purple Cow" Award. And just what is a Purple Cow? Based on the book by the same name, author Seth Godin defined Purple Cows as those people or businesses that do something "remarkable, phenomenal and flat-out unbelievable" to exceed customers' expectations. High Point Regional Health employees that go beyond their job descriptions, demonstrate selfless acts, accept inconveniences and persist to meet a perceived customer need will be recognized as Purple Cows.